Digital technology, and its increased influence on our lives, remains a keenly debated topic as the world takes further tentative steps into ‘the new normal’. Central to that conversation, of course, are the ways that young people’s online activities – which naturally evolve rapidly, even without the seismic shock of a pandemic – are developing in the 2020s.
Every year, the UK’s communications regulator, Ofcom, carries out an in-depth study into how young people are using and experiencing the online world. For our #WakeUpWednesday guide this week, we’ve trawled the report’s 79 densely packed pages to bring you an accessible digest of the most relevant and informative findings.
Please find information from the report, in the above link.